Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot
Dynamite Headdy is a Side-scroll, Platform, and Single-player video game developed by Treasure and published by Sega. The story of the game revolves around the main character, a puppet named Headdy and his efforts to fend off an evil puppet king from destroying the world. In the game, Headdy can throw his head at foes to kill them and use it to pull himself to different areas and move objects. The player will discover a huge variety of heads, acting as power-ups that offer different effects and modify gameplay. According to the storyline, which is revolving around the adventure of Headdy to rescue the world from an evil puppet, who is trying to turning all the puppets into evil minions. To save the world, the player must take down the army of King and complete all the objectives. A spotlight represents the health of the character in the screen’s corner which changes colour. If the player doesn’t collect retroactive items to heal himself after receiving damage from enemies, the player will lose a life.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II is a Platform, Side-scroll, Single-player and Multiplayer Episodic video game, acting as the part in the series of Sonic the Hedgehog, developed by Dimps and published by Sega. The game is the sequel to Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I and comes with several improvements. The game plays similar to the previous title, but with many changes. The series protagonist Sonic is now accompanied by Tails, either commanded by AI or a 2nd player via online or offline co-op play. Unlike the previous 16bit games, Tails can’t be played in Single-player mode. There are many combination moves available that the player and Tails can perform together, including Tails lifting Sonic up to platforms he would be unable to reach and more. According to the storyline, Metal Sonic survived his last defeat, but was badly injured, and left on the Little Planet when it vanished at the game’s end. Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II includes core features such as Side-scroll Action, Platformer Gameplay, Several Levels, Dynamic Soundtracks, and more.
Peace, Death! is a Pixel Graphics, Arcade, and Single-player video game developed and published by Azamatika for Multiple Platforms. The game takes place in the 2D world full of challenges. In the game, the player acts as the Reaper, who is working for his boss named Death, in Apocalypse, Inc. In the game, the ultimate challenge of the player is to go through a trial period of seven weeks in order to get a good job and proceed the interests of his employer. While playing the game, the player has to explore each feature of the client to determine the fate. Lots of new features will introduce in the game and it gradually become more difficult. In the game, the player client holds a pistol and he must send him to hell unless he changes the mind and drop his pistol. There are many challenging levels and each level lets the player complete a set of objectives while making as many points as possible to become the master. Engaging gameplay, superb mechanics, and cool visuals, Peace, Death! is a wonderful game to play.
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Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot is an Action, Stealth, Platform, and Metroidvania video game developed by Vatra Games and published by Konami for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features Single-player mode only, and it acts as the sequel to Rush’n Attack, released in 1985. The storyline of the game revolves around the protagonist named as Sergeant Sid Morrow, an American special agent who is sent on an epic mission with his team to recover a prisoner from the secret military base of Russia. The game is heavily inspired by many action gameplay elements from the original game. It is played from an isometric perspective, with the protagonist being able to move vertically or horizontally. There are several new features over its predecessor, such as stealth combat, non-linear levels, usable equipment, and attack combos. The main character is equipped with a knife in the start of the game, but the player can pick up other temporary-use weaponry such as rifles, grenades, and rocket launchers. Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot includes prominent features such as Shank Combos, Temporary Weapons, Isometric Gameplay, Several Levels, and more. Check it out, and have fun.